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... Your veins and blood vessels constrict when you're stressed which causes among many other things to make your arms and legs fall asleep easily. Even as I'm sitting in front of my computer right now, I have to change the position of my legs because they're falling asleep. ... (13 replies)
... My symptoms started about 7 years ago when I was sat at work. I suddenly felt as though I was falling backwards off my chair along with the same falling kind of feeling you sometimes get when you are falling asleep. These feelings only lasted a few seconds and I seemed to be able to snap myself out of it. ... (3 replies)
... gain which eventually now lead to me having problems with my head. I am now convinced I have a brain tumor. I just want to make one thing very clear I don't have all the following symptoms all at once. For example when I had stomach problems I felt that my heart, stomach, throat, we're fine. ... (13 replies)

... legs falling "asleep". This did pass in time and would suggest that the are symptoms of these medications. Obviously you want to check all options, but I thought this information might help. ... (12 replies)
... One year ago it all started. Just as I was falling asleep I would feel myself drifting off and then BAM!!! I would wake up with such a scare....eyes wide open and take a deep breath in. ... (9 replies)
... g in my legs. That subsided by late afternoon giving way to my usual depression and high anxiety. I felt unusally calmer by bedtime, although I had an impossible time falling asleep and was up like every fifteen minutes! Even the Xanax I've been taking to get me to sleep did'nt help!! ... (11 replies)
... This is the part where the real trouble started. ... (8 replies)
... mg's per dose as needed, ocassionally during the daytime, but I always took at least .25 at night before bed because my worst symptoms were usually in bed. ... (2 replies)
... or a large part of his late teens and early 20's was a massive hypochondriac, with bouts of depression to boot. I was scared I had cancer and was continuously at the doctors looking for reassurance that I didn't have it. ... (2 replies)


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